A Travelmarvel Asia holiday is unlike any other. Discover the quiet riverside villages across Vietnam and Cambodia. Become immersed in sacred Buddhist traditions in Myanmar. Zip across bustling cities, meander across the countryside and cruise at a leisurely pace across some of Asia’s most vital rivers. Where food is globally celebrated, culture is longstanding and architecture is iconic. Picture Angkor Wat, Taj Mahal and Ta Prohm Temple, to name a few.
Undoubtedly one of the more relaxing ways to travel, river cruising allows you to see more of Asia at a comfortable pace. Unpack once and watch the world glide by. Wake each day to an exciting new destination, docking at remote ports, closer to the sights you’ve come to see.
Gain an authentic glimpse into local life along the Mekong River with a river cruise. Undoubtedly one of the more relaxing ways to travel, river cruising allows you to see more at a comfortable pace. Unpack once and wake each day to a new place and step ashore to explore Vietnam & Cambodia.
The largest and most important watercourse in the country, the Irrawaddy River is a vital lifeblood for the people of Myanmar. On a Travelmarvel river cruise, discover the perfect way to explore this captivating country. Discover temples, ancient fortresses and local life on an Irrawaddy River cruise.
Explore the Lower Ganges River in comfort aboard your boutique river ship, the RV Rajmahal. This stylish vessel was custom-designed and built specifically for the River Ganges. Accommodating just 40 guests, and with 30 staff on board, a personalised experience across India is assured.
With Travelmarvel, each accommodation is hand-picked based on their remarkable style, service and location. During your holiday, take a moment to unwind in your surrounds.
In Siem Reap, enjoy a Welcome Dinner and watch an Apsara dance, a traditional Khmer classical dance.
Board a small boat and head out onto the lake to admire U-Bein Bridge at sunset during your Irrawaddy River cruise.
The APT Travel Group is aware of the situation occurring in the Rakhine State, Myanmar. While we don't travel in the Rakhine State, and it is far from our operations, we are concerned about the situation and our aim is to support local communities where we operate. Via the APT Travel Group’s Charitable and Conservation Fund a donation of $50,000 was made to the Red Cross Myanmar Appeal in 2017 to assist with emergency relief and recovery assistance, such as food, water, sanitation, shelter and health initiatives in affected areas. At this point in time, all cruising and touring routes are operating as normal in Myanmar. By sharing Myanmar’s incredible culture and landscape we are helping provide income and stability to the communities we visit, local businesses, our guides, and their families. We will continue to work closely with our local team, while following advice from the Australian Government’s, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade to monitor the situation closely.